DJ Maphorisa names artists who allegedly do not own their masters in Twitter rant

Producer and recording artist, DJ Maphorisa, engaged with his Twitter followers after media reports suggested that he is enabling Kabza De Small’s alleged alcohol addiction.

Prince Kaybee and Lady Zamar respond to DJ Maphorisa claiming they do not own their masters

DJ Maphorisa took to Twitter on Monday, 24 February 2020, to create a thread addressing a news article which suggested that he enables Kabza De Small’s alleged drinking problem. In a series of tweets, DJ Maphorisa affirmed himself as an integral part of the South African music industry. He continued to call out other major South African artists, like Lady Zamar and Prince Kaybee, for allegedly not owning the masters of their songs.

See the posts below.

https://twitter.com/DjMaphorisa/status/1231872784650948608

https://twitter.com/DjMaphorisa/status/1231878333081833472

https://twitter.com/DjMaphorisa/status/1231879013750255617

https://twitter.com/DjMaphorisa/status/1231880800070750208

https://twitter.com/DjMaphorisa/status/1231882051562987520

https://twitter.com/DjMaphorisa/status/1231883766089605120

https://twitter.com/DjMaphorisa/status/1231885771709329408

https://twitter.com/DjMaphorisa/status/1231887819037126656

https://twitter.com/DjMaphorisa/status/1231888481338695681

https://twitter.com/DjMaphorisa/status/1231890918787158021

https://twitter.com/DjMaphorisa/status/1231894380652486656

https://twitter.com/DjMaphorisa/status/1231898261910409217